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Contact Information:
1201 N. Market Street, Suite 900
Wilmington, DE 19801
Telephone: (302) 425-5177
Facsimile: (302) 425-0180

jjm@maronmarvel.com

James J. Maron leads the firm's national practice in complex mass toxic tort and environmental litigation with over 30 years experience.  His performance has set the stage for the firm's implementation and execution of client strategies.  Jim is a senior trial lawyer at the firm, and currently is involved in one of the world's largest lawsuits. 

Mr. Maron co-founded the firm combining a unique blend of legal, financial, business, and technological experts. His vision and focus is to integrate the best lawyers in the country using technology to maximize productivity and efficiency. He has pioneered software applications that synthesize legal risk and management. Mr. Maron was instrumental in the development of the firm's integrated national counsel model to synergize and optimize the talent from multiple law firms.

Mr. Maron's charge to the firm is to serve our clients with honor and loyalty.

PRACTICE AREAS
National Coordinating Counsel; Toxic Tort; Environmental Litigation; Product Liability; Complex Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Personal Injury.

BAR ADMISSION
Delaware; Pennsylvania; U.S. District Court, District of Delaware; U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.

EDUCATION
Delaware Law School (Top 5%, J.D., cum laude, 1985); State University of New York at Stony Brook (B.A., cum laude, 1979).

MEMBERSHIP
Delaware, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Former partner at New Jersey's largest and oldest law firm.  National trial team on Conspiracy. Confidential Advisor to a governmental organization. Mediator, Superior Court of Delaware, 1992 to present.

COMMUNITY SERVICE
General Counsel and board member for Exceptional Care for Children - a state-of-the-art residential healthcare facility serving technology-dependent children and their families.

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